Know which modules are loaded on an Apache server

apache2 -t -D DUMP_MODULES
This let you know which modules has loaded the Apache server, very useful to know if the mod_rewrite is ready to use.
Sample Output
Loaded Modules:
 core_module (static)
 log_config_module (static)
 logio_module (static)
 mpm_prefork_module (static)
 http_module (static)
 so_module (static)
 alias_module (shared)
 auth_basic_module (shared)
 authn_file_module (shared)
 authz_default_module (shared)
 authz_groupfile_module (shared)
 authz_host_module (shared)
 authz_user_module (shared)
 autoindex_module (shared)
 cgi_module (shared)
 dir_module (shared)
 env_module (shared)
 mime_module (shared)
 negotiation_module (shared)
 php5_module (shared)
 rewrite_module (shared)
 setenvif_module (shared)
 status_module (shared)
Syntax OK

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By: ElAlecs
2009-02-16 17:30:20

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and in some cases: httpd2 -t -D DUMP_MODULES
osb · 484 weeks and 1 day ago
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